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Zebra Shark Egg

Product Description

Zebra sharks are Long and sleek, can wriggle into reef crevices and caves to hunt for their favorite food. Zebra sharks hunt at night; in the daytime, they usually rest quietly on the bottom, “standing” on their pectoral (side) fins. That long tail is unusual for a shark. Juveniles are dark brown with white zebralike stripes, but adults are tan with brown leopardlike spots. To reproduce, male sharks use claspers (modifications of the pelvic fins) to transfer sperm into the female’s reproductive tract. The zebra female lays fertilized eggs in tough capsules covered with tufts of filaments, which attach the eggs to the seafloor.

Actual Egg Size 4-6"

Actual Shark Pup: 6-8"

Adult Maximum Size: 38"

Care Level: Moderate - Expert

Temperament :  Aggressive

Feeding: Carnivore

Minimum Tank Size: 200g

Reef Compatible: With Caution (Will eat small fish and inverts) 

Scientific Name: Stegostomatidae

Water Conditions: 65-75F, dKH 8-12, pH 8.1-8.4, sg 1.020-1.025

The Fish pictured here are representative only and the livestock you receive may vary in pattern, coloration and shape.

Maximum quantity available reached.

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